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Cleaning Janitorial Service
With so many cleaning janitorial service companies to choose from, it can be difficult finding a reputable company. Here’s a quick rundown of what to look for when shopping for a new janitorial vendor.
How To Know if You’re Dealing With a Professional Cleaning Janitorial Service.
1. Are they insured and bonded?
A professional company will have two types of insurance: liability insurance and workers’ compensation. Liability insurance covers accidental damage to your property caused by the company. Workers’ compensation will provide payment to workers for lost wages and medical services regardless of who was at fault. A bond will protect the customer if the cleaning janitorial service fails to complete a job, fails to meet financial responsibility, or cover the cost of property damage that is caused by the service provider. When meeting with your prospective vendor ask for the certificates of insurance to make sure the policies are up to date.
2. Safety Training
How current is the cleaning janitorial service on safety training and do they provide safety material such as SDS (Safety Data Sheets) sheets. The company should be able to provide you a list of cleaning chemicals that will be used at your facility. This will ensure that any chemical entering your building will have proper documentation. Another item to ask for are Bloodborne pathogen training certificates prescribed by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
3. Facility Security
The security of the facility should be the main concern of your cleaning company. When work is being performed in your facility it should be in accordance to your security policy. If the service is provided after business hours, the workers will make sure all doors are properly secured and will not allow access to visitors.
4. Team Screening
You wouldn’t want unprofessional cleaning technicians servicing your place of business. Reputable companies will have policies and guidelines in place to screen all potential applicants that may be at your location. It is in the best interest of any cleaning janitorial service to present themselves in a highly professional manner through their work and service.
The items listed above should help you weed out unprofessional companies. When you have an opportunity to partner with a well respected cleaning janitorial service, it can make a huge impact in the overall presentation and maintenance of your place of business.